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Watercolour Ground | Absorbent Ground

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    Derivan Watercolour Ground

    Use Watercolour on ANY Surface

    The Easiest Way To Get Started With Watercolours - NO MORE WASTING PAPER!

     

    With Derivan watercolour ground, you can create paper-like, highly absorbent ground for your work. The perfect addition to your arsenal of artistic supplies. This is a great way to add texture and depth to your paintings. You don't have to work on traditional surfaces anymore - let your imagination run wild and paint on anything!  

     

    Have you dreamed of taking advantage of the beautiful transparency and luminosity of watercolour? Derivan watercolour ground transforms most substrates into an absorbent watercolour surface. You can finally do all the incredible techniques you've always wanted to do on non-traditional surfaces. The possibilities are endless!

     

    Key Feature's


    • Absorbent watercolour ground
    • Works on multiple surfaces
    • Archival and acid-free.
    • Excellent surface for watercolour 
    • Thin viscosity for easy application
    • Use on glass, metal, fabric, plastic, plaster, Perspex, ceramic, wood.

     

    Perfect For:

     

    • Watercolour techniques 
    • Mixed media applications
    • Watercolour on canvas
    • Repairing and altering watercolour works
    • Frame without glass 
    • Unusual substrates 

     

    How to:

    Be sure to get your surface clean and dry before applying. This includes wood, metal, or plastic surfaces. If it is a wooden surface you are working with then you should sand the surface with fine-grain sandpaper before applying the watercolour ground. You can choose between a soft hairbrush or foam roller for a smooth finish or a hog hair or pallet knife for a textured finish.

    More information on watercolour surface preparation here.